Union Bank has become the latest member in a group of banks announcing they will offer on-line banking services with software makers Microsoft Corp. and Intuit Inc.

The San Francisco-based subsidiary of Bank of Tokyo announced Tuesday that it will offer PC-based banking services to its customers in October, using Microsoft's Money and Intuit's Quicken personal finance software. The $18 billion-asset bank takes its place on a list of about 20 banks and financial service companies that have allied with Microsoft and Intuit in the past two months to offer on-line banking.

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